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Passenger List of the Ship " Elizabeth," 1819. 255 



PASSENGEB LIST OF THE SHIP "ELIZABETH," 
WHICH AEEIYED AT PHILADELPHIA IN 1819. 

[Copied from the original in the Library of the Historical Society of 

Pennsylvania.] 

"We the undersigned : I, M. Adams, Captain of the Ship 
Elizaheth on one part, and we the passengers on the other 
part do obligate ourselves — 

First, We the passengers to take our passage with the 
above mentioned Capt. Adams to Philadelphia in North 
America, and to conduct ourselves as good passengers ought 
to do, quiet and orderly, and to be satisfied with the food 
mentioned at foot as per agreement with the Captain, and 
with regard to water and other provisions, to follow the 
Captain's directions as he shall find necessary through long 
passage or other circumstances. 

Second. "We agree to take our passage on the following 
conditions, viz. to pay 

For those who are able to pay in Amsterdam for each 
person man or woman 180 fr. 

Children under four years of age are free — 

From four to twelve years to pay 90 fr. 

From twelve years and older to pay 180 fr. 

For those who are not able to pay here or only in part, the 
passage to be 

Children under four years of age free 

From four to twelve years 95 fr. 

From twelve years and older 190 fr. and 200 fr. as speci- 
fied. 

Those who have to pay their passage in America shall be 
obliged to do so in ten days after their arrival. No passen- 
ger shall be allowed to leave the vessel in America without 
leave from the Captain and in particular those as have not 
paid their passage money. Should any one of the passen- 
gers die on the voyage, the family of such person shall be 



256 Passenger List of the Ship " Elizabeth," 1819. 

obliged to pay his passage, if such decease took place on 
more than half the distance of the voyage, but should the 
person die this side half the distance, the loss of the passage 
shall fall to the Captain. 

In return I, M. Adams obligate myself to carry these pas- 
sengers to Philadelphia, to accommodate them with the 
necessary comfort and give them daily the here below men- 
tioned proportion of victuals — children not to receive any- 
thing. 

Sunday — one pound Beef and half pound Rice, 

Monday — one pound Flour, 

Tuesday — one half pound Pork with pease, 

"Wednesday — one pound Beef and barley, 

Thursday — like Tuesday, 

Friday — like Monday, 

Saturday — like "Wednesday, 

One pound Butter, one pound Cheese, six pounds Bread, 
per week. 

One glass Gin and three quarter gallons "Water per day. 

There shall also be on board a sufficiency of Vinegar to 
cleanse the vessel and for the refreshing the passengers. To 
all this we bind ourselves with our persons and property. 

Witness Van Olivier & Co. 

Amsterdam, 4 May, 1819. 



Names 



Number 

of 
Persons 


Freight 


Passage 
Money 


Paid 
here 


6 


5fr. 


900 fr. 


900 fr. 


10 


9 


1620. 


1620. 


6 


6 


720. 


720. 


1 


1 


180. 


180. 


4 


3 


540. 


640. 






180 


100 






190 


50 






190 


60 






190 


80 






200 


21 






170 


170 






150 


150 






160 


160 



To be 
Paid in 
Philada 



George Michael Huetter, 

Henry Roedel 

Michael Idler, 

Magdalena Strahlin, 
Frederick Walber (?)... 
John Frederick Betzold, . 
John Frederick Speiser, . 

Francis Krucker, 

John Henry "Wilk, 

Henry Luttell, 

John Andrew Ammon, . . 

V. P. Myersott (?) 

Xavier Streuber (?) 



80 fr. 
140 

130 
160 
179 



Passenger List of the Ship « Elizabeth" 1819. 257 



Names 



George Henry Bute, 

Jean Louis Kemser, 

George William Miller, . . 

S. T. Van de Graff, 

Philip Fr. Leisaten, (?) . . 

George Eberle, 

Carl Ollie 

John Frederick Schuhardt, 

Carl Kommel, 

John Sautter, 

Tomber (?) 

Henry Geiger ' 

Conrad Neinstein, 

Jacob Frederick Maechtle, 

Anton Hanhaussen, 

John Henry Burg, 

George Francis Klee, .... 

John Jacob Keppel, 

John George Heugel, .... 
Barbara Schwasen (?).... 

Barbara Btlung, 

John Fuchs, 

John Kiieherer, 

Barndina Hulsing, 

Barbara Jundt, 

Magdalena + Langin, . . . 
Buaolph -)- Hagmann, . . . 

Elizabeth Hensin, 

Maria Steinman, .... 

Carl Lebold, 

Jacob Stark, 

Michael Haag, 

John George Hauser, 

John George Weber, 

Seligmann Zimern, 

Jacob Fuchs, 

Jacob Adolt, 

John Leonard Gieser 

Barbara Lang, 

J. M. Schiile, 

George Peter Gieser, 

John S. Kline, 

Henry Steinman, 

Jacob Breitenbucher, .... 

Christina -f- Keim, 

John George Gundt, 

Frederick Seitz, 

F. Lennig, 

Carl Schuele, 

John Schmitt, 

John Haas (?) 

Eeichard Saltzer, 

William A. Diecken, .... 
Anna Melinger, 



Number 

of 
Persons 



Freight 



fr. 



Passage 
Money 



200 fr, 

200 

200 

290 

200 

190 

200 

200 

190 

200 

200 

200 

760 

190 

190 

190 

190 

190 

190 

190 

190 

200 

200 

200 

190 

190 

190 

190 

190 

200 

200 

180 

200 

200 

170 

190 

200 

190 

190 

180 

190 

180 

180 

180 

190 

180 

180 

700 

190 

180 

425 

510 

160 

180 



Paid 
here 



120 fr. 



50 



70 

180 
170 



120 
170 
180 

180 
180 
700 

180 
425 
510 
160 
180 



To be 
Paid in 
Philada 



200 fr. 
200 

200 
170 
200 
190 
200 
200 
140 
200 
200 
200 
760 
190 
190 
190 
190 
190 
190 
190 
190 
200 
200 
200 
190 
190 
120 
190 
190 
200 
200 

200 
200 

190 
200 
190 
190 
180 
190 

60 

10 

190 



190 



VOL. XXV. — 17 



258 Passenger List of the Ship " Elizabeth," 1819. 



Names 



Ludwig Beiff, 

Conrad Kegel, 

Augustin Wandel, 

John GTeorge Keiner, 

Christian Frederick Beinhold, . . 

Adam Gelhart 

John Frederick Guedeman, 

Anton Vanhun, (?) 

Jacob Frederick Lehmann, 

Xavier Vanbun, 

Gottfried Schink, 

Henry Hofer, 

Gottfried Straub 

Caspar Walber (?) ") 

Simon "Walber (?) \ 

Jacob Walber (?)J 



Number 
of 

Persons 



Freight 



fr. 



Money 



200 fr. 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

170 

200 

570 



Paid 
here 



170 fr. 



To be 
Paid in 
Philada 



200 fr. 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 



200 
570